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We're on the road!
A series of site visits by the branch  will be coming to workplaces. Unison...
Tue, 17 April 2018
School cuts protests this week...
  Protests against school budget cuts will be in Birmingham this weekend. ...
Tue, 17 April 2018
Workers Memorial Day event to ...
 An event will take place called Remember the Dead- Fight for the Living in...
Tue, 17 April 2018
New courses for members announ...
 Courses on Key Skills and Counselling, Job Search Skiils and Dementia Awar...
Tue, 27 March 2018
Learning at Work Workshops
UNISON Birmingham Branch will be offering the following training workshops, whic...
Thu, 15 March 2018
Home Care strike continues
On Saturday March 24th Home Care workers and supporters held another day of acti...
Tue, 23 January 2018
Pay offer officially accepted
National Unison has offically announced today (10/04/18) that it has accepted th...
Tue, 20 June 2017
Unison issues election manifes...
Birmingham local elections are coming up in May and Unison has issuede a series ...
Tue, 27 February 2018
Black History Month 2014

Black History Month

Black History Month has been celebrated widely for many years throughout October to honour the achievements, culture, and the history of Black people.

You can download the UNISON Black History Month poster and guide at www.unison.org.uk/catalogue/22614 and www.unison.org.uk/catalogue/22615.

UNISON is proud to support Black History Month. But our commitment to inclusion and equality lasts a lot longer than four weeks. Our branches and regions have self-organised black members groups, and the latest edition of our “Black Action” newsletter is at www.unison.org.uk/catalogue/22612

E-petition for Black history to be taught in schools

UNISON is supporting the campaign to get 100,000 signatures for the e-petition to make Black History part of the school curriculum for Primary education. It helps to enrich the development of the spiritual, moral, social and cultural needs of all ethnic groups. We believe that Black History should be made a mandatory element of the national curriculum. Why don’t you support the petition as well, and circulate it round your colleagues? Just go to 

http://epetitions.direct.gov.uk/petitions/60635

If you need any further advice or assistance, please do not hesitate to contact Khadiee Campbell or Bukky Akinwale by email at blackmembers@unison.co.uk.

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